So, now that Alias has finished and we've all had plenty enough time to reflect back over the episodes and seasons, which would you say is your;
A) Favourite Episode
B) Favourite Season
I can't pick a favourite episode but season wise, I'd say season 4.
I loved this film as there is simply nothing else like it. It's a shame my DVD of it got scratched =/ I'd recommend anyone who hasn't seen it to go do so now. I love the bit when the guy teaches his kid to bullshit his class essay. Inspirational ;)
Everytime I go to England to stay with family friends I'll watch it because their little child ALWAYS has it on with loads of posters and toys of Doctor Who so I can't really ignore it. Ah well, it's a good watch none the less.
I am most definitely going to buy Robin Hood with Russell Crowe and directed by Ridley Scott as soon as it comes out on DVD. I'm going to see it in cinema as soon as it comes out too. Recently, I bought AVATAR on DVD, kind of a disappointment =/
The sound must be just for that link cause the copy I have of it is fine :)
Yer, I agree on the ending, pretty predictable but I think that's why there's a lot of action at the end, to make up for it ;) Not a bad movie at all for small-time actors
I use to play cricket all the time for a club whilst I lived in England but dropped off from it a bit since moving to Wales. I have played a game for my school's seniors though in which I took 3 wickets first game back. Was pretty pleased :D
Basically, I stopped playing because of my fear of...
Has anyone here seen the film called INK? It's a really weird film by a low time film company I think. Don't know too much on the director. It's a psychological film on the battle of Good and Evil all revolving around one man in particular and his family. When watching you can't take it all too...
I love this film! And it's made me determined to have a night in Vegas just like this : D The whole film was funny from start to finish and there wasn't a lack of originality to be seen. Personally my favourite character is Mister Wolf Pack Man, Alan. Love his line 'It's not a purse, it's a...
I've got this film with me at home and it was amazing in my opinion. The camera work and storyline wasn't like anything else I'd seen before. As OP asked, it definitely deserved the Oscar and congrats to the Director being the first female to win it. If you haven't already seen this film I...
I don't know much French music (I really should considering I lived there) but rock wise I like the band Tagada Jones, anyone heard of them? I also like the President's wife, Carla Bruni. Especially her song Quelqu'un m'a dit which features in the film 500 days of summer.
UK wise, it has to be Vernen Kay for me, the radio 1 presenter who also does Family Fortunes and other quiz shows. More worldwide known, it would have to be Ricky Gervais like sydneythechosenone_47 said.